Gina Haspel, former Central Intelligence Agency director, is the latest Trump administration senior adviser to find a home at King & Spalding.

The Atlanta-based firm said Thursday that Haspel, who is not a lawyer, joined King & Spalding in Washington, D.C., as a senior adviser on its national security team. She will advise clients on matters involving institutional risk management, national security considerations, information technology and cybersecurity, the firm said.